Lenovo K14 and K14 Note surface on Google Play Console. The Lenovo K14 and K14 Note have been spotted in the Google Play Console. Since the K-series is reserved for low-end markets, you may be unfamiliar with it. In addition, they have just rebranded Motorola phones and employ hardware already released by another company.
For instance, it was discovered that the Lenovo K13 was a Moto E7i Power knockoff. In reality, the Lenovo K13 Note was a rebranded Moto G10. So, let’s check out what the GPC has to say about the K14 handsets. The Lenovo K14 is powered by Android 11 and has a Unisoc T606 chipset with 2GB of RAM, a 720 x 1,600px display, and a 720 x 1,600px screen resolution.
Based on the specifications and the picture, it is a Moto E20 variant. This would include a 4,000mAh battery with 10W charging, a 6.5″ display, 13+2MP back cameras, a 5MP notch-style front camera, and so on. The MediaTek MT6769 propels the Lenovo K14 Note into the upper-middle class. This might be either an Helio G80 or a G85.
Lenovo K14 and K14 Note surface on Google Play Console.
It runs Android 11, has 4GB of RAM, and has a display resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 pixels. According to our phone finder, the Moto G31 and Moto G41 best match your requirements. Except for the camera and charging ports, they’re almost similar (50MP no OIS vs. 48MP OIS and 10W vs. 30W). Since the K-series is often inexpensive, we suspect this is the G31.
The Moto G Pen (2022) is similarly equipped. However, unlike the “Note” phones, it does not have a stylus. The Moto G31 comes equipped with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen, 50-megapixel primary, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 2-megapixel macro, and 13-megapixel front-facing (punch-hole) cameras, and a 5,000mAh battery.
The Lenovo K14 Plus, a copy of the Moto E40, was released in March. The K14 Note and K14 are behind schedule, given that their forerunners were released in June and March, respectively. This means that a soft release with limited quantities will be available shortly.